A true story of a young woman whose abusive childhood results in her developing a multiple personality disorder.

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Young Lulu
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A true story of a young woman whose abusive childhood results in her developing a multiple personality disorder.

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Dr. Cornelia Wilbur: I used to be so proud to be the only woman, now I feel like the maid.
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The evil that man do
20 August 2007 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

I always thought that the scariest things in the world, among everything shown in terror movies, were not monsters, supernatural, or things like that. It's people, and all the terrible things that they can do to each other. And the everlasting scars that are left, so hard to heal. That's what comes to my mind, after a short reflection. How much of the story is real, we may never know. It's highly controversial, and it seems that all the people involved are not around anymore. But it doesn't really matter. Even considering this history as a fiction, it looks frightfully real, because it brings us the memory of so many people whose minds and lives have been shattered through child abuse. On the other hand, it does remind us of the amazing difference that a single person who care can do. Anyway, it's a great and touching movie, with a nice production and great acting. Certainly worth a close look!


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